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Help RAISE awareness of caregiving issues

September 22, 2021

Share the RAISE Family Caregiving Advisory Council Initial Report to Congress

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Sample posts:

About the RAISE Family Caregiving Advisory Council Initial Report to Congress:

  • JUST OUT: RAISE Family #Caregiving Advisory Council Initial Report to Congress. Includes: Issues affecting family caregivers, recommendations for improving support; personal stories of caregivers; and more!
  • Millions of U.S. older adults & ppl w/disabilities would not be able to live in the community w/o the support provided by 53M+ family caregivers each year; replacing w/ paid services would cost ~$470 BILLION. #Caregiving

About caregivers/caregiving

  • In U.S., 1 in 7 ppl is a caregiver & more than 2/3 of ppl will need help w/some tasks as they age. With #s of older ppl & ppl w/disabilities growing, supporting family caregivers is a critical public health issue. #Caregiving
  • #Caregivers – paid and unpaid – are crucial to community living. Their support makes it possible for millions of Americans to live in their own homes and participate in their communities: #Caregiving
  • In the U.S., more than 50 million family #caregivers provide approximately $500 billon in unpaid support for their loved ones annually. The RAISE report shares research and information about them, including their needs and concerns: #Caregiving
  • Despite how rewarding it can be, being a family caregiver often carries financial and emotional consequences: The RAISE report looks at what the federal government is doing to help them and what we can do better as a nation: #Caregiving








Last modified on 09/22/2021

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